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Mortgage from Andrew Archer of Umberslade Hall in Tanworth esquire to Benjamin Palmer of Olton End in Solihull gentleman of a messuage formerly in the tenure of Thomas Sly the on? William Malin clerk at the annual rent of £14; a messuage formerly in the tenure of Edward Cranmern then of _____ Whitnash clerk, then of Thomas Williams; lands called Stumpy meadow, Broomy close or the paddock, late in the tenure of James Oldes then of the said Andrew and lands in Nuthurst purchased by the said Andrew from John Watton, all of which property lies in Tanworth and Nuthurst; for 1,000 years to secure £1,500. Signed: Benjamin Palmer. Dated 11 November 5 George I. 1718. Witnesses, endorsed: J. Hall, William Cumines. Circular seal of red wax applied to parchment, 3/4 in., a shield quarterly, the shield surmounted by helmet crest and mantling. Endorsed: [18th cent] Counterpart of Mr Palmers morgage cancelled. English, parchment, 27.75 x 26 ins., indented.